Former Beaver Hired to Rogues Staff

Courtesy: Medford Rogues Baseball Club MEDFORD, Ore.  –  The Medford Rogues today announced an addition to the 2014 coaching staff. Joining the Rogues coaching staff is Ashland native Max Gordon. Gordon will be joining the Rogues coaching staff as baseball operations manager after finishing his playing career for the Oregon State Beavers. Gordon lettered three years … Continue reading »

Smoke, Cowlitz Can’t Slow Down Rogues

MEDFORD, Ore. – The Medford Rogues rode the left arm of Mac Acker to a 5-2 win to clinch a sweep over Cowlitz on Monday night. Acker threw eight innings, allowed one earned run and struck out four. Jerad Casper was 2-4 with three RBI’s to lead Medford to its tenth consecutive win at home. … Continue reading »

Watch WCL All-Star Game Live Online

VICTORIA, B.C. – The West Coast League will feature its top talent tonight at the WCL All-Star game. Five Medford Rogues and four Klamath Falls Gems are represented on the South Division roster. The game starts at 7:05 PM PT, and you can watch it live online at http://new.livestream.com/victoriaharbourcats/july23. Southern Oregon players included: Klamath Falls: … Continue reading »

Rogues Win Wild One Over Gems

MEDFORD, Ore. – The Medford Rogues beat the Klamath Falls Gems on a wild pitch in the bottom of the 9th inning to break a 5-4 tie. The Rogues led for most of the game until Dylan Rogers hit a 2-run home run with two outs in the top of the 9th, but Quentin Urban … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Max Gordon at Rogues Game

MEDFORD, Ore. – Former Oregon State centerfielder Max Gordon talks to NewsWatch 12 after throwing out the first pitch at a Medford Rogues game. Gordon’s been in Ashland since the Beavers run to the College World Series semifinals in June. It was a return to Harry and David field as Gordon played many games there … Continue reading »

West Coast League Coming to Medford

The West Coast League has only been around since 2005, but has quickly gained the reputation of being one of the top collegiate summer leagues on the West Coast. From current Major Leaguers like Tommy Hanson and Jacoby Ellsbury to college stars like Alex Keudell, Jimmie Sherfy and Jace Fry, the WCL is where a … Continue reading »